Youth of Light (Na’arei Or) is a successful, 18-year-running vocational-educational project in which youth at risk are employed at a boutique handmade candle and soap factory.
Enosh is the largest Israeli mental health association providing services and support to people with psychiatric disabilities along with their family members.
Moona a Space for Change provides employment training for students in the social and geographic periphery. This training equips them with the necessary 21st century technological skills, for employment in the advanced manufacturing sector.
Gvanim Shel Matok (“Shades of Sweetness”) is a chocolate factory employing youth-at-risk, who learn to produce and sell chocolates as well as assist in the running of chocolate workshops.
Social Space Allenby focuses on promoting inclusion and diversity. The new social space will expose and celebrate cultural diversity in Israel through stories, culture and arts.
KIEDF Arab Small Business Fund is a loan fund that provides vital loan finance to small businesses owned by Arab-Israelis.
A social activism hub that seeks to promote social change and encourage people to become more socially engaged and active.
Digital marketing training for at risk and disadvantaged groups to give them skills to find meaningful employment.
The Ogen Social Loan Fund aims to improve financial opportunity and inclusion, creating a fairer and stronger economy for all Israelis.
Abraham Hostels and Tours is a social tourism company promoting local economic development and multicultural tolerance.
Siraj Technologies Ltd. is a social enterprise, where engineers from the marginalised Bedouin population provide first rate software development services and products.
Lotus provides professional training and employment opportunities for traditional and religious,Druze women, who work from their state of the art hub in Dalyat Al Karmel.
Jindas is an NGO dedicated to urban regeneration in the city of Lod, in Israel’s socio-economic periphery.
Al Sanabel is a catering business providing employment and a professional, empowering work environment together with personal support for women from the Arab and Bedouin sectors.
Hadarim Fund promotes the idea of physical and social urban renewal in the Hadar neighbourhood near Haifa’s Talpiot Market.
Beit Issie Shapiro’s International Rehabilitation Centre is a social start-up providing services for children and adults with disabilities.
Games for Peace is an NGO that uses gaming to promote tolerance and dialogue between children of different sectors of Israeli society: Jewish, Arab, religious and secular.
Desert19 is a strong women-led business for female employment in the periphery, providing customers with a wide range of remote services (marketing, administrative, PA services, etc.).
Lev19 is a social start-up providing financial and book-keeping services while securing stable employment opportunities for women from the social and economic periphery.
Ampersand is a unique shared working space that provides offices, conference rooms and event locations for Haredi men and women in the tech industry.
Enosh is Israel’s largest mental health association spearheading the field of mental health in Israel using innovative rehabilitation services.
KIEDF provides non-bank loans for small and micro-businesses operated by entrepreneurs of Ethiopian descent.